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Wed, Sep 18, 2019

A transatlantic agenda for the new European Commission

The new European Commission will take office on November 1, 2019, at a time of intensifying great power competition and new strain for transatlantic relations. This memo gathers the contributions of several Atlantic Council experts on a variety of issues such as defense, foreign policy, trade, and energy policy

Issue Brief by Benjamin Haddad and Jörn Fleck (Eds)

Cybersecurity Economy & Business

Fri, Jul 26, 2019

Mezran quoted in the Diplomat on China in North Africa

In the News by Atlantic Council

International Markets North Africa

Fri, Jul 26, 2019

Mezran and Samet in The Diplomat: China Has Quietly Carved out a Foothold in North Africa

In the News by Atlantic Council

China Economy & Business

Karim Mezran is director of the North Africa Initiative and resident senior fellow with the Middle East Programs focusing on the processes of change in North Africa. As a distinguished Libyan-Italian scholar, Dr. Mezran brings enormous depth of understanding to the transition in Libya and elsewhere in the region. In addition, Dr. Mezran is currently an adjunct professor of Middle East studies at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), where he is teaching courses on the history and politics of North Africa. From 2002 to 2012, he was the director of the Center for American Studies in Rome. His analyses on the Middle East and North Africa have been widely published in Italian- and other-language journals and publications. He is the co-editor of two volumes published with Dr. Arturo Varvelli of the Italian think tank ISPI titled Foreign Actors in Libya’s Crisis (2017) and The Arc of Crisis in the MENA Region: Fragmentation, Decentralization, and Islamist Opposition (2018). He is the co-author of a book on Libya in Italian, entitled Libia: fine o rinascita di una nazione? with Dr. Varvelli (Donzelli Editore 2012). Dr. Mezran holds a PhD in international relations from SAIS; a JD in comparative law from the University of Rome (La Sapienza); an LLM in comparative law from The George Washington University; an MA in Arab studies from Georgetown University; and a BA in management from Hiram College.